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. he took this video. >> why don't you get in my face like before. >> reporter: police made no arrests. uber refunded his $14 fare but he says the company is not taking responsibility for the driver's behavior. uber says that authorities responded to the incident determined no action was necessary. but we suspended the account of the involved parties until further notice. >> i was bothered by the word "temporarily" because of what happened. not just because i suspect it had been shared with someone else but because of what transfired. >> reporter: uber says that the driver works for an approved provider. right now they are in a legal limbo when it comes to liability. >> but to the extend that companies hold themselves out to the public as vetting drivers and providing security it seems that the courts will impose some level of liability. >> reporter: james does not plan to use uber again and cautions riders to expect the ride you are expecting is the one you take. >> i think if my sister was in that car what would happen to her and that scares me. >> reporter: the san francisco police
not looking at that. >> what's wrong with him? is he awake. >> yeah. >> we don't know? it's not working well? does he have pain? >> he look like he's in pain. >> is he breathing or vomiting blood. >> not vomiting or anything. >> we have paramedics on the way, okay? >> they prompted them to realize there were no professional care givers on site. >> eight people are recovering after a car fire flooded the tunnel with thick black smoke. that fire snarled traffic for hours and under scored how dangerous it can be and how difficult it can be for first responders to reach the injured. it is scheduled to open before the end of the year and it will have state-of-the-art improvements designed to stay alive. we have a look. >> bumper to bumper traffic in the evening commute at the caldecott tunnel. it's a pain for hundreds of drivers every day, but relief is coming. >> with the openingly of the four, there will be two tunnels in the traffic. >> they broke ground in 2010 slated to open by the end of the year. they died in a fiery crash and took eight people to the hospital for smoke inhalation and caus
, no cell phones like the storm ssed. >> we don't have bags for the dead. >> reporter:he death toll >> the thousands of homes completely wiped out. and the water sweeps in. d it can take out entire towns >> reporter: one o the hardest hit areas, home to more than 220,0 people and surrounded on threeides by water. surgin ocean waves 40 feet high s submergemost of the city. >> the devastation, i don't hav the words f it. it's really horrif. reporter: a reportereported live a the typhoon baredown on the city. he later retreated to a second-floor hotel as the streets becam rivers tonight,ietnam is on alert, as the storm pusheswest, forecast to hit torrow ternoon. mo tn 1.5 million residents have evacuated t shelters. >>> etnam is bracingor the storm. let's bring in rob who is trackinghe typhoon. >> it's a category 2 equivalent hurrice in the west pacific. the winds ctinue to drop off. going forward, the storm rge. and one to two feet of rain. sustained win of 100iles per hour. that's down from 145 miles per hour, as they crossed over the philippines as asuperthoon. now, the path of this
into something like this. they don't want to bump into them. they don't want to get involved. >> that concern shared by hikers. don is part of the indian tripe. they are been overrun by pat growers. they're afraid to go in the forest alone. >> they're armed. >> it has an impact, folks not being able to do what we're accustomed to doing. >> reporter: he says fear is also keeping tribe members inside. and unable to participate in practices, like burial rights and basket weaving. why are the areas so appealing to growers now. >> they're not traversed very often. they have a little bit of cover from not being seen. it's purely from roads or other houses. >> appealing because of the density that public land offers in california. at the same time, areas that so many cherish. >> it just doesn't affect our county or our state. it affects the entire country. >> reporter: more than 12,000 were found on national land in california. that's an estimation, followed by tennessee and oregon. to put that into perspective. both states had plants. law enforcement says if you're hiking and you see a water line l
lights from his window a went ouide. >> decided to walk out and see what was happening. obviously, we don't know what happened but it's sry to see the activity behind us. >> we saw several pple nning, which is typical of a situation with shots being fired an people run becauseeople are fritened and find out they haveothing too with it. have people detained butt's unclear whher they are >> reporter: that's why there is an active search with no verdict in stody. it's not clear i he was alone when this ppened. there was a high schoolootball game going on when the shooting happened. there was no lockdown andhe game continued. we're liveith developing news. >> george, thank you. >>> 're following another developing story. it could be a mti million dollar clerical error, the contract dispute betwe bart. bart disputes the wording in the contract that would require the ansit agency to cover six weeks off of pd famil leave. however, uni leaders say that proposal waslready agreed to and signed off by both parties. quite fraly is a piece of ere paper that has bh parties' signatures that was looked a
. and i would never thought is was going happen. i'm scared because i don't know what's going t happen. they're going to come back. i don't know. i'm not safe. >>neighbors, many of who left candles outside the house told and both in their 30s.ispanic one was sa, the other short. they were seen driving away in a small, black truck. >> police say a shooting happened and 2:0 this afternn not far fromity hall. fort authorities found one ctim with leg wounds and another with wounds to the face, possibly with plet fragments. they're asking my onionses to co fard to help with the investigatio >> a ballot measure wou d away with the state of limitation limitations for a statue of limitations on sex crime against children. one victim homes the fundraiser will make a difference. >> i'm happy to talk about the cause to end the psyching of sexual abuse. and eveone renewing their commitment. >> he needs to collect half a million signatures to get it on the ballot. wouldot be retroactive but protect children now for the rest of their ves. >> grab and goood has forced a recall. more than 90 tons of e
released today. >> it's been hard. we have a lot of strong support, but it's not -- when you don't know when your husband of 56 years is, you don't know his health. you don't know when he will be home with us. it's not an easy situation. >> the written confession and apology on that video is dated november 9th. newman's wife and son have not responded publicly to this latest development, no are has the u.s. state department. >>> we have new details now out of southern california. a standoff at a shopping center on black friday is now over. an armed man who had barricaded himself inside a store now is dead. investigators. la cracenta is about ten miles from downtown los angeles. people got a scare as they were evacuated during that standoff. >>> today walmart employees joined forces with workers' rights groups and staged protests at 1500 walmarts nationwide demanding fair wages. officers arrested five people outside the walmart in san leandro. supporters want walmart to commit to paying full-time employees at least $25,000 a year. >> this is the country's largest employer, and about towa
for a natural disaster. tens of thousands of people are going to be coming to a place they don't usually come. but the chp is wagering on a smooth ride. >> some things in life are certain. if you build an $850 million gambling palace and advertise it, you will draw thousands of people every day. but the chp says don't bet on a traffic jam. >> we are prepared to override the traffic lights and open up the carpool lanes. we have social media. we will be updating our personal facebook here. >> reporter: the casino can keep cars moving into the parking spots there, should be no problem. the city police will contribute extra officers. >> i will try to avoid it. >> reporter: you think it will be a mess? >> i do. really bad. >> reporter: the casino general manager disagrees with that assessment. >> californians know how to drive. and they know how to find the routes that aren't the main routes. the routes that are the main routes and all the other ways to get where they get. >> reporter: the upside to the casino it provides 2,000 full-time jobs and if you just like gaming. >> i like when i win. it's
also. because of the earthquake. so it's just like they don't know where to go. >> a lot of people from our church were concerned. >> reporter: eight members of the park victoria church, including the senior pastor, are in the philippines right now on a mission. they posted on facebook saying they were okay but experienced a lot of rain and wind. >> they are trying to help some of the people over there who may have lost some of their roofs. really glad to hear from them they are doing well. >> reporter: the milpitas mayor born in the philippines says his city is joining community organizations in raising money. >> it's a gesture of generosity and it's a gesture of love of our country of origin as well. but at the same time, it's more of helping people in need. >> reporter: and we are learning filipino american churches throughout the bay area will be organizing relief efforts during their sunday services. live in milpitas, george kiriyama. >>> it's now saturday afternoon in vietnam, which is where this storm is headed. jeff rainier now tracking the path. >> reporter: the storm bands str
don't know where to go with that. >> black friday, it's like blackout friday for me. >> you're not meant to do that. >> check this out. the 49ers drop to third place in the nfc west today without even playing a game. you ul hear from one player who hopes to get him back in the playoff picture come tomorrow night. and would have, could have, should have. a chance to paint themselves in the playoff picture. highlights and reactions from the coliseum this afternoon are next here on nbc bay area. [ male announcer ] you can change your tomorrow if you do something today. and there's never been a better time because this year, devry university has $45 million dollars in need and merit-based scholarships and grants available to those who qualify. and this degree can make a difference. in 2012, 90% of devry university grads actively seeking employment had careers in their field within 6 months. now is your time. apply by january 6th and find your career success in the bay area. visit devry.edu. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway is jus
but officials don't believe that the friend knew of the suspect's plan. we have the lathest on the investigation. >>> new photos of the terror at l.a.x. friday morning show passengers huddled together. an eerily desserted security checkpoint and heavily armed law enforcement officials. airport operations returned to normal on sunday. flowers left inside terminal three prooufrs a solemn reminder of the deadly shooting. >> shots fired. >> 42 federal criminal complaints, 23-year-old with an assault rifle, high capacity magazines, a bag of ammunition and a handwritten manifesto. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill employees. >> they reportedly asked some people if they were with tsa. he moved on when they responded no. but at the checkpoint, he open fired. the tsa officer gerardo hernandez who was about to celebrate his 40th birthday was killed. >> tsa is just bloody. >> and high schoolteacher brian ledmer. he made it about 100 yards into the terminal before police shot him multiple times and took him into custody. officials are waiting to interview him, possibly gain
debate we don't hear about, killing wildlife, and taken thing our water supply. this is all happening on land that taxpayers are paying to protect. investigative reporter elyce kirchner traveled across the state to expose problems caused by many pot farmers. >> there's been a lot of talk about the legalization of marijuana but our story is about how and where it's being grown. many growers are trespassing on parks and tribal land using highly toxic pesticides to grow pot. the effects are real and deadly. flying high above some of the country's most well-known national parks, sequoia and king's canyon south of yosemite. look closely and you'll see it. thousands of acres on or near u.s. forest service land used as marijuana grow sites. >> it's a huge problem, almost an epidemic in our community. >> with destructive effects. and now goes beyond the politics of pot. >> what we know is there is a massive use of toxic can'ts out there. >> i know they're specifically targeting animals. anything that can kill a bear can kill me, as well. >> it's how they're doing it that's wreaking havoc on s
someone to trap the pack of pigs that did $10,000 worth of damage to the golf course. >>> don't fence me in. that's what some upset neighbors in saratoga are saying this evening. the water district wants to put up a fence celebrating -- separating calabasas creek from their back yard to mark their property lines. george kiriyama has more. >> reporter: for years the skyler family has had their own fence separating their backyard from calabasas creek. but their own fence may not be the true boundary of their property and the property of the santa clara water district. >> we got a notice from the water district saying they wanted to survey the land to find out where the property line is. that if, in fact, our fence encroaches on to their property they'd come in and just slap down a 42-inch black chain link fence. and i was a little surprised by that. >> reporter: if that's true, then this nice path and these blackberry bushes would have to be removed. that makes caroline angry. >> if we are encroaching to actually lose some of the property would be horrible. you spend all this time as a pro
but it is his story, the stories of others murdered. >> you don't ever want to experience that. >> the message police were about to send the public. >> we're doing great. >> that would soon collide. >> i don't know how stupid they think we are but we're not that stupid. >> the reductions -- >> working hard to keep the communal safe. >> restaurant the same time. >> it is certainly a concern. >> san jose was promoting the new gang suppression plan for the summer. extra patrols. saturated gang spots. the results, some impressive stats. gang-related crime down in every category from last year. homicides dropped the most. more than 40%. >> gang homicides are down from what they were last year. and the mayor's gang prevention task force has an important plan to play. >> the success flooded headlines. >> we're proud of our stats this year. we definitely have a lid on it. >> we found the city isn't telling you the whole story. >> the administration saying that gang-related crime is down. is that true? >> no. it's not true. i think my first reaction was shock. and then anger. we know it's not true. it'
's department is now investigating. police say they know who the suspect is, and they don't know believe other students are in danger. >> we did not activate our emergency alert system because we believe this to be an isolated incident. the victim and suspect are familiar with one another. >> reporter: christy ann savage is hoping police are right. >> it makes me feel better it's not somebody random. it's bad, but everybody has to be careful about people they know. >> reporter: she believes this is a safe campus, but is wondering how a sexual assault could go up noticed in the middle of a school day. >> if the person did make noise and nobody heard, that's a concern. >> reporter: the investigation into the sexual assault is ongoing. while police believe this is isolated, they are reminding students to be aware of their surroundings. jean elle, nbc bay area news. >>> also tonight, a federal investigation concludes that sexual harassment and violence are huge problems within the west contra costa school district. the 2009 gang rape of a 15-year-old richmond high school girl helped prompt this in
and that is what boosted the storm system up, as far as the future cast goes, i don't think that we are going to be in the clear tomorrow. we will still have to worry about rainfall on that morning commute at 6:00 a.m., areas of scattered rainfall from santa rosa to about san jose, not as skipt as tonight, but you will run in to some intermittent areas of rain. through the afternoon hours you will see things clear out, but we will have heavier pockets available through san jose, and by 5:00 and 6:00 in the evening, we will have a mainly clear picture with areas lingering in the forecast. how much rain have we seen so far? it's been impressive. the gauges are reading over 1.5 inches. so far, and then you can see, whits all said and done, we are expecting 2.15. and napa, .64 and by tomorrow, .75 aefr all and mill valley, you have picked up 1.25 and we are looking at 1.75 for a total. under micro climate forecast, a lot of numbers on the pages, find your area. and then take a look and you can see, most of the icons are showing us here a mix of rain, sun and also clouds. so that is showing the mo
for him. >> reporter: his csin ss the silence tell him something is wrong. >> to be honest, i don think anything good out of it. there's no reason for himo be candle stick recreatnal area. >> reporter: he never mses dinnerith his family. >> he'll probably beome roughly around 3:00. if he'll with his friends, no lar than 5:45 on t dot. even if he was running late, he would text somebody. >>eporter: and the famy is anxious for ues. he is5'10", 185pounds. he is a big y, but tonight, his famy says he's the young nest very large family. they tl me he's not used to king care of himself. if you have seen him, the san francisco police department would like to hear from you. reporting live in safrancisco, jean elle, nbc bay area ws. >>> some real concerns tonight in one of the bay area's most profile cies. it could impact a community's health, water and property values. high levels of toxic chemicals george kiriyama joins us in ea. mountain view withur continuing coverage. george? >> reporter: the epareleased the latest tt results showi no oth homes with high levels of tce. buthe big question in
. the offic asked her to drop e weapon. she did not comply. >> i don't knowf she had a kne. there we three officers. she's 61 years old. uh doubt that ty were threatened. >> the shooting is being investigated again, tre have been 43 homicide in t city of s jose so far thisyear. that compares to 4at the same ti last year. >> tre was also a dely shooting in san francisco. it happenedt about 2:00 th near had csed.after a nightclub police say they found two women more than a dozen cings were so scattered on the grod of the parki lot. one woman died. e other has life thrtening injuries tonight. investigators have not made any ares. >> developing news out of the midwest, in vid rig here taken from washington illiis basement of his home. the washington was just e of several communitieflattened by tornadoes. tonight,he storms head east, five deaths are being blameon the violt weather. this thing is huge. and it's coming fast >> sere weather cut a we path through the midwe this >> go, go, go, go. oh, god, it's huge. >> puttingore than 53 million people acss tentates at hs tens ofillions more as th
that someoneas set on fire, and it sounds outrageo on itsface. but a t same time, we don't ow what the motivationsere or what the thinking was. >>eporter: police later arrested 16-year-old richard thomas, an oaklan hh school student facing a hate cme charge two of his friends told me if he's guilty of anything, it's of taking a joke too far. that's why the oanizers of tonit's walk and dipper wanted to use this as a teaching ment to let others know it's oy to different. >> this comnity and all this grt support, but we can't forget how wre failing our youth, too. we need to fix at. reporter: the suspect in this se is scheded to be in court tomorrow sasha's parents tell me tonig that sasha may be he for thanksgiving. reporting live, i'm crryl hurd, nbc bay area ne. >> thank you. so who is h and is he still on campus? questions being raised as pole release aew sketch of a sex sault suspect wted for an attack o the college campus. this is what they think he looks like. the victim said she has inracted with the man in the past and thinks he goes by the name johnny. the assaul took place
can goods, baby medicine and food. >> they don't have food,ater and shelte everything wean givehem to help them out. >> reporter:t's these horrible images of the devastation that's driving them to help andake a difference. love to help out on and mak re everyone back home i doing okay. will begin a 11:00 tomorrow morning. if you want to know more about this be, you can go to our website,nbcbayarea.c. if you'dike to donateash and donate t other relief organizations, we have a list of those also. live at san jos state tonight. >> to many people interested in helping. >>> we're getting a fsthand look at what firefighter go through. is is the helmet camera on a firefighter. you can see the flame of this home.Ñi battling this house fire w difjult because it was on a steep hillside. not yju the fmes but also the smoke. one person suffereinor burns. >>> dozens turned out to honor all veterans but e 6800 personnel o died in iraq and afghanistan. one wavet told uls he feels a bond was alleerved in t military. >> i don't know anybody that i know. i knowhere they were. i know what they did.
, but sasha is not bitter. >> i don't want to be too harsh, because people do dumb things. you know? and especially when they are teenagers. >> reporter: sasha believes that the teen should not be prosecuted as an adult. >> it was a really dumb thing he did. and i think you should be able to realize that it's not just a funny prank. >> reporter: the case has drawn worldwide attention. and sasha, who doesn't identify as male or female, hopes it will lead to a better understanding of gender identity issues. as for the skirts, don't expect any changes. >> it's a big part of who i am. like, i don't like pants. >> reporter: in oakland, jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> well the national weather service warned people of high surf along the coast line today and that means of course of course a lot of people west to the coast line to check it out. they wanted to see the big waves and it did not disappoint. in pacifica ten foot swells. and we had a viewer send this video, now the waves were not large enough to close the bay area piers and the warning did expire at 4:00 this afternoon. fo
right now. >> if i knew how to do that, i would do that. but i don't. it looks scary and cold. >> rob is here to tell us about wind affecting the crabbe an season. the localized personalized crabbe season. and the rest of us. >> that's right. if you're tossing crabbe pots out the side of the boat, very gusty right now. the seas are really rough. the windy conditions making rough seas 60 in oakland. 53 in san jose. it was a very pleasant evening at the japanese community american event where mike inouye was awarded a community service award there on the. where i had a chance to emcee the event. honoring m for his.years of service in the community out there in san jose tonight. wonderful event out there. nbc bay area very proud to support the jacl. our weather right now, 50s to near 60 around the east bay. temperatures running a little bit warmer than 24 hours ago. this is a brief change as the northwest winds continue to funnel down more mild and dry air into the bay area. humidity levels drop. wind speeds increase tonight as what is a dry cold front leaves the bay area. we saw high cl
this morning. had a magnitude 3. usgs officials say they don't magnitude 5 a big quaka >>> police are investigating san jose's 40th homicide of the year. they say alcohol may have fueled th crime. lastight police were calle to the victim's home. the son and daughter identify the victim as9 year old joe torres w worked as a handy man. they say he and his adult stepson go in a fight while drking last night. relaves died that he was drinking at all. poli are not commenting. >>> take aook at the sketch. police say a manatching this description asaulted a woman in a car back in july. the woman says the man asked directions. she got into his car to show him and that's when assaulted her. e reported the assault only in ocber. police wanto know if youknow anything about the woman or that man. >>> well, do you know what to do if an emergency siren pulls up behind y with its sirens blaring? many drivers haveo idea. new videos have been produced that they hope will he. it reminds drivers that you're supposed to pull overo the ght if you see anmbulance or emergency vecle behd you with their
limit on occasion. >> reporr: tked tog&e while they don't do anything before a storm comes toown they wilannounce a system system that helps them get to outagefaster. we'll have that for yotomorrow night. >> thank you. >>> 58 days th very little rain. u can access our live radar and microclimates on our websit www.nbcbayarea.com and click onhe weaer tab. you ha the forast e-mailed to you daily. >>> google apologizing to an east bay fath. a satellite vw shows is body of his murdered teenaged son. maps.image is still on google but they are efforting to take it down. monte frances joi us live in richmo. what a horrible image to contend with. >> reporter: kevin barrera was ot and killed in 2009. buhis father found o about the image las week. earlier day, the vice president of google maps called the boy's fatr and said he was sorry. >> he said he is from google mapand he apologize and said sorry about wha happened. >> reporter: is beenour years since jose barrera's 14-year-d son kevin was shot and killed but when he saw an image of his son lying lifeless onhe ground all the memories c
not drinking and driving. >> i don't think you'd want to be hung over and hang out with the family the next day. >> reporter: as you can see, taxicabs are keeping close just in case folks need it. police say they will be out in force all weekend long. reporting live in palo alto, cheryl hurd. >>> stores are opening for business tomorrow instead of waiting until friday. and a few people are lining up. this is a live look at the best buy in san jose. doors open at 6:00 tomorrow night. this will be a chilly night, not just best buy, walmart, sears, target and macy's among the stores opening tomorrow. >>> a lot of people making a mad dash to the grocery store. >> reporter: i just popped into this safe way and the butter shelf is completely empty. there are a lot of people here doing some last-minute shopping for the big meal tomorrow. man owe are armed with a long list so they don't forget anything that is a must have on the holiday table. moist of the people we ran into were shopping in dwroup, a family event or friends event. we met people who are starting new thanksgiving traditions and some who
for about an hour and a half at this point. hour and 45 minutes. and trying to take this bus, still don't know where this bus was taking us. san mateo, they said, you don't know what to do from there. >> the downed line is also knocking out several homes and businesses and two traffic lights in the area as well. >> the storms prove to be dangerous for drivers all across the bay area today. one car went over the cliff. it's back open tonight. four people were inside the car when it went off the road. officers are investigating what led to the crash. highway 17 is known for its treacherous roads during storms just like this one. while drivers in san jose had to deal with some flooding on the road, there was a huge puddle under taylor street. are kas going through it slowly, hoping not to end up with any more serious problems. drivers had to be especially careful on the wet roads all across the bay. we go to jeff ranieri to find out what we have in store for us tomorrow. >> it is currently clear at this hour, that is the good news. a lot of the strongest activity has now pushed off toward
to realize, that stuff happens everywhere. i don't look at it as the total university. >> reporter: the president of san jose state released this statement saying, quote, i am outraged and saddened by these allegations. they are utterly inconsistent with our long cherished history of tolerance, respect for diversity and personal civility. >> i'm disappointed. being a student at san jose state, we know we're one of the most diverse schools. it is disappointing to know there are people out there that would do something like that. >> reporter: the president of san jose state and the president of the san jose silicon valley will hold a news conference at noon to discuss the latest in the case. for tonight's highlights of the exciting game, sports will have that coming up later. live at san jose state. nbc bay area news. >> very disappointing on campus. >>> new at 11:00, police say it was an attempted murder. a woman is in the hospital after being stabbed at the embassy suites in milpitas. it happened before 5:30 this evening. she was stabbed multiple times inside one of the rooms. poli
, don't do something foolish that you'll regret the rest of your life. >> reporter: he work with the young men on the street. many of them gang members. he wants to change their lives before it is too late. >> show them that we care about them. show that they are a vital part of our communicaty and our futu. >> reporter: he wants to see mentors and role models. >> if i see someone who might need some help or something like that, i would be willing to do that. and i'm sure everyone in this community would too as well. >> reporter: the cortes family still trying to raise money for the funeral. they are holding a car wash at the high school starting tomorrow at 10:00. we're live in east side san jose. george kiriyama, nbc bay area news. >>> thank you. still ahead, how to fight a baby? a viral video raising concerns about how much fun is too much fun for a little baby. >>> and you're finally making money off that great idea you've had for years. one day you get slapped with a lawsuit over your own idea. the growing trend killing some silicon valley dreams. >>> and talking turkey
is suffering? >> of course. i don'have any good photos. every time'm in the news, they show one where i'm sweaty,ed faced or my neck imissing. i think i'd be betteoff if i had a good head shot. would you mind if i got onnow with your cameras? woulthat be okay? >> sure. i'll count you down, all right? >> yeah. >> 3, 2, 1. >> yeah, think we got it.
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